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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Saturday, Saturday ...

Just a short update and some musings for you-

I thought I would share this with you all:


Yeah, the hardware in our schools are modern, up to date equipment ... NOT! Note the build date on that clock mechanism.

A good friend made a comment about that last pic I posted. I smiled, then giggled, then busted up laughing for some unknown reason. She managed to lift my spirits on what had been an otherwise tedious day. I smiled a bit the rest of the day because of that little comment. Thank you, Aslaug. I needed that.

Now, on to the actual reason I started this post after my bit of digression was to inform my friends that Chapter 32 of "A Loss Of Rights" is posted for your reading pleasure. I admit it's a bit short but it sets up the next chapter.

Enjoy the weekend,

Kellan, the old warhorse

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Transfer Test

You all may or may not be able to read this as this is a test to see if I can transfer my blog to another computer.

The reason? It has become time to clean up the old laptop and remove that hunk of malware called Window$ Vista Premium. To that end I have to be able to blog while this work is going on. As many of you know, I purchased my laptop with Vista installed. I can get all the drivers for XP so I'm going to revert to a faster, sleeker OS for my lil' laptop.

Take care,

Kellan, the old warhorse


I have moved this database from one computer to another and back again! Yay for me! 8D

Posted by Kellan Meig'h at 9:05 PM
Edited on: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 9:50 PM
Categories: Technology

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Housekeeping ...

OK, so it's an electric water heater ...

Stuff stacked against a water heater  

Those green things are dust mop heads.

Oh Well ...

Kellan, the old warhorse

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Sunday's ... Troubles ...

So, here I sit, attempting to put thoughts to text. I'm not being very successful, either.

I'm not sure what happened but I have lost all inspiration to work on several works that I haave been thrashing. I'm not sure if it's the heat, the heavy workload or my brother's troubles, but for some reason I have grown cold to either story. My inspiration is gone.

I'll type some more when I feel more motivated.

Kellan, the old warhorse

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Thursday's Thoughts

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, a view from your home is worth everything. Including jail time.

It seems a homeowner on Regency Court in El Cerrito wanted a better view of the bay and the San Francisco skyline. So much so that they saw fit to poison 13 California Live Oaks in El Cerrito's Hillside Nature Area, a public park.

This heinous crime has been going on for over two years and was perpetrated by a person with a power drill, a long auger bit, some poison and wine corks. The evil @$$hole drilled the trunks below ground level and poured poison in, corking the hole afterwards. That my friends, is a felony. I hope he goes to jail. For a long time.

The city says it will replant so the perpetrator doesn't get that view he/she was after. If he/she ends up in jail, it will be a moot point for him/her.

That's all,

Kellan, the old warhorse

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Sunday's Ramblings

Today's ramblings will be short and sweet.

It's been a long week and my back injury has been catching up with me. So much so that I didn't attend the Scottish games yesterday. Maybe today.

It still ceases to amaze me what I find at the school sites. Found in a junction can:

Box in a junction can  

Yeah, that one surprised me, too. In case you're not a techie, that's a box of cabling, 2 each 22 guage wires in a white jacket. Purpose? Unknown. Reason for being in the junction can? Unknown also. The orange corrugated tubing houses two fiber-optic cables, in case you're wondering. The telco room is on the other side of that wall, btw.

Anyways, enough for now.

Have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day and please be careful if you have a barbecue or an open fire pit going! California has enough wildfires going as it is ... don't add to it!

Kellan, the tired old warhorse